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Cornwall (Kernow) is one of the smaller Celtic nations. It's English name comes from a combination of the Cornish word for 'peninsula people' (Cornovil) and the English word 'Wealh' referring to the (West) Welsh. The symbol here represents the 15 gold bezants of the Duchy of Cornwall, a fitting accompaniment to the Cornish National, Cornish Hunting or St Piran's Tartans.
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This sporran is made to order and the delivery time 4 weeks.